Automatic BioAerosol Monitoring System
Bioaerosol Monitoring System
BioAerosol Monitoring System (BAMS) is used for real-time environmental monitoring of microorganisms in the air.
Capacitive touch screen 8.0″
Continuous monitoring 7*24hr
Mass storage 119G
BAMS, which can be used for real-time monitoring of planktonic bacteria and dust particles in clean areas.
BAMS provides real-time environmental monitoring data for stem cell therapy, biopharmaceuticals, and chemical pharmaceuticals, so you can identify problems and take immediate action to avoid huge losses.
Real-time data also means that no incubation time is required, allowing for increased efficiency.
BAMS can reduce your production costs by eliminating the need for consumables to detect planktonic bacteria.
BAMS detects bioparticles, i.e. plankton, by laser-induced fluorescence using 405 nm wavelength light.
Total particles are detected by Mie scattering. The ambient gas enters the measurement chamber and the 405nm laser illuminates the gas stream. All particles carried by the gas stream are subjected to Mie scattering by the laser.
By collecting and measuring the scattering signal, the particles, particle size and total number can be known. And the biological particles contain compounds such as NADH (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) and riboflavin, which will excite fluorescence under the laser irradiation of 405nm wavelength, and BAMS collects these fluorescence signals to count the planktonic bacteria. Therefore, BAMS can detect both planktonic bacteria and total particle size and number
As we know, the traditional detection method of planktonic bacteria in clean area is achieved by counting colony forming units (CFU). The current process of airborne microbial detection is an interval, point-to-point and event-driven sample collection process. Both active plankton testing and passive sedimentation testing require significant manual labor and adherence to strict aseptic practices with long incubation times, and ultimately require laboratory personnel to manually count and verify colony counts.
This testing process currently requires the collection of thousands of gas samples per month and includes a complex collection process and a subsequent colony counting and review process. The entire process is labor-intensive and consumable. It takes at least 1-7 days to obtain test results, and such a time delay can miss the collection of contaminated samples, thus affecting the investigation of the source of contamination. In addition, traditional plankton detection methods do not prevent major production scrap.